Best Value Inn Ozona

Address: 820 11th Street, Ozona, Texas, 76943, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 820 11th Street, Ozona.
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Travel Blogs from Ozona

Overnight stay

A travel blog entry by theheasleys on Nov 26, 2013

We drove from El Paso to Ozona which was a long drive. There are lots of days that maybe we only travel about a 100 miles. It was 330 miles this day. Texas is a big state. Had a hard time finding a place to stay though. There are a lot of oil ...

Another Big Wind (and still not from Winnetka)

A travel blog entry by wjmccain on Apr 23, 2013

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Tue, Apr 23, 2013

Departure: 8:10 AM, Las Cruces, NM
Arrival: 6:10 PM, Ozona, TX
Miles: 398
Travel Time: 10 hrs. (time zone changed)

We pushed through to Ozona, Texas. There aren't a lot of choices in this part of the world. There was a nice-looking RV place in Fort Stockton, but ...

Another day another 468 miles

A travel blog entry by karenabotta on Jun 23, 2012

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Well we got out of the hurricane areas (pretty much). Not much to write about today... We didn't even see much road kill... We did see a lot of mile post markers....Ya seen one ya seen um all!!
I got a couple of photos... No, not mile marker! But not much more interesting... lol
At least, I am out of the rest stop area ...

Day 10 - It's Flayett

A travel blog entry by jimfrondorf on Apr 01, 2011

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... going. If the road were really "flayett" I would have averaged something more than the 13.8 mph that I did. But I did get 110 in. Which based on my stated expectation of 25 for today ( see yesterdays entry), meant that I had a great day. But it's hard to describe the anger I felt after having been led to believe the roads were going to be "flayett".

It's been said that guys won't ever ask directions. That is true for me. Why? I pretty much ...

The first misadventure

A travel blog entry by itsgotime on Nov 21, 2006

... of our journey so far - even though the journey has been mostly in the southwest. 1. Cell phone towers absolutely ruin the landscape and views of distant mountain ranges. (Duh, or in the vernacular - "ya think?!") 2. Arizona has a number of ax-murderer hotels on their back roads (i.e., this is "the hills have eyes") territory - for those of you that watch those sort of movies. We even saw one with a flashing white light and swaying sign that creaked as ...